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London Belongs to Me Playlist

A playlist of songs that inspired—and are featured in—my new adult, contemporary novel, London Belongs to Me … a story about diverse friendship, fandoms, and theatre, published October 2016 by Kirkwall Books.

Panic on the Streets of London…

Panic in the streets of London… It sounds like a line straight out of my novel, London Belongs to Me, doesn’t it? But, it’s actually a lyric from “Panic”—one of my favourite songs by The Smiths. As

Soundtracking a Novel

I’ve never really understood people who don’t listen to music regularly. You know the type. They never wear headphones or earbuds, and think singing loudly in the car is something that only James Corden does

Four Not-So-Small Words

Do you have a word, or a motto that resonates with you? Or even two, three, four words … when strung together help drive you forward, or keep you calm? I do. Actually, I have several.

Behind-the-Scenes LBTM/LCYW – The Theatre Edition

Updated: February 2018 “I’m a total fangirl of the London theatre scene.” Aw, Alex. She’s a woman after my own heart. One of the reasons I wrote London Belongs to Me was to celebrate London’s innovative theatre

Take a Chance. It Might Pay Off.

My debut novel, London Belongs to Me, almost didn’t happen. Like many writers, a novel was always on my to-do list, but my day job as a freelance writer kept me occupied with little time to

In Good Company! Collage Love

London Belongs to Me has joined the ranks of Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl, Stephanie Perkins’ Anna and the French Kiss, and Colleen Hoover’s It Ends With Us. My novel has been celebrated in a Yasmin Rahman book collage. Check it out!

London Belongs…To You: Third Month Edition!

It’s our third month anniversary! London Belongs to Me was released three months ago today, and to celebrate, I’m sharing some of the gorgeous photos readers have posted on Instagram from December onwards. There have been so

Ladies, We’ve Been Conned

It all started in 2014 with a Facebook post from my husband. “So, I met a doctor …” That was it. No explanation, deliberately vague. Was I supposed to be impressed? Concerned? Oh God, was

London Belongs to Me Playlist

A playlist of songs that inspired—and are featured in—my new adult, contemporary novel, London Belongs to Me … a story about diverse friendship, fandoms, and theatre, published October 2016 by Kirkwall Books.

Panic on the Streets of London…

Panic in the streets of London… It sounds like a line straight out of my novel, London Belongs to Me, doesn’t it? But, it’s actually a lyric from “Panic”—one of my favourite songs by The Smiths. As

Soundtracking a Novel

I’ve never really understood people who don’t listen to music regularly. You know the type. They never wear headphones or earbuds, and think singing loudly in the car is something that only James Corden does

Four Not-So-Small Words

Do you have a word, or a motto that resonates with you? Or even two, three, four words … when strung together help drive you forward, or keep you calm? I do. Actually, I have several.

Behind-the-Scenes LBTM/LCYW – The Theatre Edition

Updated: February 2018 “I’m a total fangirl of the London theatre scene.” Aw, Alex. She’s a woman after my own heart. One of the reasons I wrote London Belongs to Me was to celebrate London’s innovative theatre

Take a Chance. It Might Pay Off.

My debut novel, London Belongs to Me, almost didn’t happen. Like many writers, a novel was always on my to-do list, but my day job as a freelance writer kept me occupied with little time to

In Good Company! Collage Love

London Belongs to Me has joined the ranks of Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl, Stephanie Perkins’ Anna and the French Kiss, and Colleen Hoover’s It Ends With Us. My novel has been celebrated in a Yasmin Rahman book collage. Check it out!

London Belongs…To You: Third Month Edition!

It’s our third month anniversary! London Belongs to Me was released three months ago today, and to celebrate, I’m sharing some of the gorgeous photos readers have posted on Instagram from December onwards. There have been so

Ladies, We’ve Been Conned

It all started in 2014 with a Facebook post from my husband. “So, I met a doctor …” That was it. No explanation, deliberately vague. Was I supposed to be impressed? Concerned? Oh God, was